Posts Tagged: typeface

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Masumi Kobayashi’s Seed Letters

In 1999, Masumi Kobayashi created “Seed Letters” which helped her explore the idea of change. Kobayashi arrived at the exploration of change after researching written characters and their purpose. Through her research she was reminded that one of the main

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Masumi Kobayashi’s Seed Letters

In 1999, Masumi Kobayashi created “Seed Letters” which helped her explore the idea of change. Kobayashi arrived at the exploration of change after researching written characters and their purpose. Through her research she was reminded that one of the main

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Curve-stitch typography

thom isom Behance Curve-stitch typography created for my final major university project entitled Ludd in April 2010. A range of installations and experiments based around the materials and techniques of arts and crafts. The typeface has been created in both

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Curve-stitch typography

thom isom Behance Curve-stitch typography created for my final major university project entitled Ludd in April 2010. A range of installations and experiments based around the materials and techniques of arts and crafts. The typeface has been created in both

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THE SMALLEST FONT? DNA LETTERS ON A NANOMETER SCALE

Link nature.com fastcodesign MONDAY 06.25.2012 , POSTED BY BENJAMIN STARR Have you ever found yourself needing to pack a lot of text into a small space? Are you a designer with a project requiring loads of fine print? Fear not, typography on a

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THE SMALLEST FONT? DNA LETTERS ON A NANOMETER SCALE

Link nature.com fastcodesign MONDAY 06.25.2012 , POSTED BY BENJAMIN STARR Have you ever found yourself needing to pack a lot of text into a small space? Are you a designer with a project requiring loads of fine print? Fear not, typography on a

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A Liquid Typeface Melts Before Your Eyes

Rus Khasanov fast Co. Design We recently wrote about Ruslan Khasanov’s sublime typeface, Au Revoir, which he made by painting letterforms onto a porcelain sink with the spigot on and photographing them before they slipped down the drain. Now, the Russian designer

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A Liquid Typeface Melts Before Your Eyes

Rus Khasanov fast Co. Design We recently wrote about Ruslan Khasanov’s sublime typeface, Au Revoir, which he made by painting letterforms onto a porcelain sink with the spigot on and photographing them before they slipped down the drain. Now, the Russian designer

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Buchstabengewitter – Dynamic Type That Morphs from A to Z [vvvv]

Link Out of Berlin, a city known for great design and shitty winter weather, comesBuchstabengewitter (letter storm), a generative typography project that transforms three-dimensional linear structures into all the letters of the alphabet. Developed by designer and programmer Ingo Italic the

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Buchstabengewitter – Dynamic Type That Morphs from A to Z [vvvv]

Link Out of Berlin, a city known for great design and shitty winter weather, comesBuchstabengewitter (letter storm), a generative typography project that transforms three-dimensional linear structures into all the letters of the alphabet. Developed by designer and programmer Ingo Italic the

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Symbiosis by Jelte van Abbema

Link Dutch Design Week: Dutch designer Jelte van Abbema won the €10,000Rado Prize at the Dutch Design Awards last week for a body of work including Symbiosis, an experimental project that involved printing with bacteria. Van Abbema printed on paper (top) and billboards (below), creating simple

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Symbiosis by Jelte van Abbema

Link Dutch Design Week: Dutch designer Jelte van Abbema won the €10,000Rado Prize at the Dutch Design Awards last week for a body of work including Symbiosis, an experimental project that involved printing with bacteria. Van Abbema printed on paper (top) and billboards (below), creating simple